I've been using a great plugin called Dots to get a photo feed from Flickr, but for a while now I've been wanting to switch to 500px. So I decided to get my hands dirty, read the documentation and make my own plugin, so here is what I came up with.
Today, 9th of April 2014 is CSS Naked day. A day when web developers and designers undress their websites from their styles to promote web standards and best practices in web design.
I have to say I have mixed feeling towards what happened in the last two weeks regarding Brendan Eich's rise and fall at Mozilla.
The ignorant doesn't know he's missing something, and the careless knows it that there's something he does't know, but he doesn't care to find out what it is.
Using the domain migration tool to solve an issue, where Disqus used the wrong domain name on the live site, caused by using Disqus whilst working on a development environment.
Adobe recently launched a set of tools focused on web design, and simultaneously announced the retirement of Fireworks, which has been my preferred web design software for many years now.
- Use Let's Encrypt on a site hosted in Digital Ocean with Apache
- HTML Is not responsive by default
- Dear user, I think you’re stupid
- You are doing it wrong
- BIRDIE, a photography conference
- Upgrading my tablet: iOS vs Android
- Long lenses for portraits
- Resources of June
- Nobody writes anymore
- Resources of May
- 500px plugin for Statamic
- W3C Validator